Top 10 most popular blog posts from 2014

Photo 16-12-2014 21 24 05Well, Christmas is pretty much here in the Policy Press office, but just before we go we thought we’d give you the chance to read (or read again) our most popular blog posts from the year. Like a selection box of treats for the brain these are the posts that were most popular with our blog reading community in 2014.

We hope you enjoy them and do get in touch if you have ideas, feedback or comments on our blog, we’d love to hear from you. In the meantime….Happy holidays!

1) FACT: We can’t afford the rich by Andrew Sayer

2) Reviewers’ comments: the good, the bad, the ugly by Helen Kara

3) Inequality: The debate that won’t go away by Alison Shaw

4) 7 questions to ask when watching tonight’s ‘Baby P’ documentary by Ray Jones

5) Race, anti-racism and social work by Iain Ferguson and Michael Lavalette

6) Scotland decides: Could the ‘Yes’ vote deliver a different kind of Scottish society – interview with Gerry Mooney by Rebecca Megson

7) Is there more to the life of an academic journal than the ISI factor? by Kim Eggleton

8) Austerity: the true story by Mary O’Hara

9) Tuam babies: How the English ‘sent back’ unmarried mothers to Ireland – interview with Paul Michael Garrett by Rebecca Megson

10) 5 fabulous reasons to join the Policy Press mailing list by Jessica Miles


Xmas blog Monday 22nd


We look forward to working with you next year and hope you have a happy and healthy 2015
Policy Press offices will be closed from 23 December to 5 January

2 Responses to “Top 10 most popular blog posts from 2014”

  1. 1 Seraphim Alvanides December 22, 2014 at 4:18 pm

    Many thanks for the fantastic and very informative blog I was wondering if Policy Press also has a podcast series?

    I with you and the Policy Press an equally productive, but more importantly very Healthy 2015

    Regards, Seraphim

  2. 2 Dr Steve Rogowski December 22, 2014 at 8:14 pm

    Happy Xmas etc to you all. Enjoyed working with you all.

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